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 Transmitting/receiving audio data (USB Audio Interface function)
By connecting a computer or a smart device to the USB [TO HOST] terminal via a USB cable, digital audio
data can be transmitted/received, giving you the following advantages:
• Playing back audio data with high sound quality
This gives you direct, clear sound in which the sound quality has less noise and deterioration than that
from the [AUX IN] jack.
• Recording performance on the instrument as audio data by using a recording
software or a music production software
The recorded audio data can be played back on the computer or smart device.
NOTE
• The volume of the audio sound input can be adjusted from a computer or smart device.
• You can set whether audio sound input from the connected computer or smart device is output to a computer or a smart
device or not, along with the performance played on the instrument. For details, refer to "Audio Loop Back" on page 39.
 Using a smart device app
By using the compatible smart device app, you can take advantage of convenient functions and get more
enjoyment out of this instrument. Especially, "Smart Pianist" (available as a free download) enables you to
conveniently control the various functions of this instrument from the smart device. For information about the
compatible apps and smart devices, access the web page of the respective apps on the following page:
http://www.yamaha.com/kbdapps/
This section explains how to connect a smart device by using the separately sold USB wireless LAN adaptor
UD-WL01. For connections with other methods, refer to the "iPhone/iPad Connection Manual" on the
website.
Connection with the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01*)
*UD-WL01 (sold separately) may not be available depending on your area.
There are two types of connections with the USB wireless LAN adaptor (UD-WL01) described below.
• Connecting by the Access Point mode
The Access Point mode allows you to directly connect the
USB wireless LAN adaptor and a smart device, without
the need for using an access point. You can use this mode
when there is not any access point available for connection
to the instrument, or when it is unnecessary to connect to
another network while a smart device is connected to the
instrument.
Access point
An "access point" refers to a device which acts as a base
station when data is transmitted/received via a USB
wireless LAN adaptor. Some access points are combined
with router or modem functions.
1
Initialize the instrument
(if necessary; see page 40).
2
Connect the UD-WL01 to the USB
[TO DEVICE] terminal.
3
Connect a smart device to the
instrument (as an access point).
NOTE
When you change the Infrastructure mode (see the right
column) to the Access Point mode, initialize the instrument.
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• Connecting by the Infrastructure mode
(automatic setup by WPS)
The Infrastructure mode uses an access point for data
communication between a USB wireless LAN adaptor and
a network. You can use this mode when you connect to
another network while a smart device is connected to the
instrument.
1
Connect the UD-WL01 to the USB
[TO DEVICE] terminal.
2
Hold down the WPS button on the
UD-WL01 for three seconds.
3
Press the WPS button on your access
point within two minutes after
step 2.
NOTE
Once you connect by the Infrastructure mode, you can
connect to a network automatically without executing steps
2 and 3.

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